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Joe Bagnara honoured

09 Nov 2017

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Former Southbank Residents’ Group (SRG) president Joe Bagnara was honoured with a lifetime membership at the AGM.

A longtime resident and passionate member of the Southbank community, Mr Bagnara has been involved with the organisation since its establishment in 1998 and served as the group’s president for several years up until 2012.

Current SRA president Tony Penna presented Mr Bagnara with an honourary plaque as members paid their respects to his contribution to the Southbank community over many years

Mr Bagnara said he felt honoured to be acknowledged for his efforts, and said his proudest legacy was achieving planning protection against high-rise developments in Southbank Village.

Tony Penna remains president following the AGM, while Tracey Allen and Samantha Rae step down as secretary and treasurer respectively. The association will announce its new committee at its next general meeting.

southbankresidents.org.au

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